Be nice. Or else.
Front-end Developer @ LendingTree Joined about 4 years ago via an invitation from Joe T.
So to answer your problem:
The technologies used to perform such optimisations are free and open-source softwares such as : pngquant, OptiPNG, JpegOptim, Gifsicle and Scour.
This one comes to mind: Why you should move that button 3px to the left
I feel like if you wanted to tweet about
@import or something similar mentioned in the article, I would just say "I use the SASS' import feature" and not use the @ symbol at all.
It's easier, and you still don't annoy those twitter users.
I was going to post screenshots with notes, but instead, I'll use the official guides since I can't log in.
It probably is a domain issue. Make sure to add ALL your development domains that you would use to view the site (ie– localhost, 127.0.0.1, mysite.dev, etc.) It doesn't need port numbers, but it needs to whitelist the domain.
If that doesn't work, go through the list of problems of fonts that aren't working in any browser to find where your problem is.
Might have something to do with Adobe services being down right now. I can't even log into Typekit: https://status.creativecloud.com/
I thought this was new! As of right now, it looks like it is still only offered to people with existing Basecamp accounts, which is very disappointing.
It looks like the only use case for this at the moment is for people who have work accounts that want to use it at home and keep it separate.
Not for people who want to try it out at home yet I guess.
This is a great guide for beginners, and I actually didn't know about the special characters shortcut. Here's two guides from Stack Exchange I really like:
There's a couple reasons I collected that make this a useful feature:
New website with their rebrand: http://betaworks.com/
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